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More sidewalks, curbs made ADA compliant

New curb cuts on Second Street at the alley between Kennedy and Garrard streets are now ADA-compliant.   COVINGTON, Ky. – As part of the City’s ongoing work to make sidewalks accessible to those in wheelchairs or dealing with other disabilities, Covington recently installed ADA-comp...

Balky CovData site being repaired

COVINGTON, Ky. – The dashboards on the CovData section of the City’s website are not loading properly.  We’re aware of the problem and are working to fix it.  We ask for your patience.  # # #

This weekend, who has time to sleep?

COVINGTON, Ky. - Given that this weekend is not only Covington Outdoors Weekend but also Old Timers and Paddlefest, the next few days are PACKED with things to do in #LoveTheCov, with everything from yoga to an outdoor movie to paddling and pedaling and music and drink and so on and so on.   I...

Covington Outdoors Weekend: Something for all

Yoga during the 2017 Covington Outdoors Weekend. COVINGTON, Ky. - Are you a hard-core exercise enthusiast who aspires to be on American Ninja Warrior, or does your notion of outdoor activity consist of sitting in a lawn chair and listening to cellists and woodwinds?  Would you rather paddl...

Updated tax software more user friendly

COVINGTON, Ky. - Property owners in Covington will notice a few changes when they pay their property taxes in September.   The City’s Finance Department has updated its archaic software system and is in the middle of transitioning to a system that gives owners more information and more se...

Revamped Code Enforcement Division looking to hire

Covington Code Enforcement Officer David Edwards investigates a report of a hazardous tree in the Westside Neighborhood. COVINGTON, Ky. - Covington’s new-look Code Enforcement Division is seeking inspectors to carry out a critical task: Protect the health and safety of Covington residents.&nbs...

More Brent Spence work this weekend

The Brent Spence Bridge ... (Photo courtesy the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet) COVINGTON, Ky. - The ongoing saga of the Brent Spence Bridge continues this weekend with two more days of lane closures expected to create traffic backups.  The right two northbound lanes of Interstates 71/75 over ...

Fishing, farm produce & family friendly

COVINGTON, Ky. - Family friendly is the theme in #LoveTheCov this weekend, with a fishing derby, an outdoor movie, and a chance to see some ferocious birds of prey.   But if you don’t have kids (or nieces or nephews), there are events like fly fishing lessons, a pool party for dogs, and a...

Covington sues to recover costs of treating addiction

COVINGTON, Ky. - The City of Covington filed suit in federal court today, joining local and state governments across the nation in trying to recover the costs of treating addiction caused by the largely uncontrolled deluge of opioids flooding the market.   The lawsuit was filed in Covington in ...

Covington swears in new officer

COVINGTON, Ky. - The Covington Police Department has a new patrol officer, and he arrives with experience.   With family and co-workers watching, Cory Lane was sworn in this afternoon by Mayor Joe Meyer during a short ceremony in the Covington City Commission chambers.   Lane has served as...
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